(1) Sure, Lov and O'Halloran's lyrics veer dangerously close to sophomoric , overblown, teen poetry, but really, what lyrics don't?(2) Such insipid, sophomoric rhetoric is best left in the empty heads that created it.(3) I'm not going to be sophomoric enough to stand here and try to say something about what I think happiness is, but there is one aspect of happiness that's been well studied, and it's the notion of flow.(4) Some skeptic whose sophomoric speculations rise to the level of scholarship by virtue of his Harvard Divinity School degree makes the startling suggestion that the apostles might have been lying.(5) However, I forgive him this sophomoric passage because its empty hatred was so obviously feigned after the event, and because it describes me as five years younger than I am.(6) This is more like what I would expect in high school by a sophomoric student.-(7) So she hyperventilated last May, fanning the embers of a sophomoric blog into a scoop and trumpeting her own role as star-finder in the process.(8) But he's a sophomore and, what's more, sophomoric in thinking that this qualifies as a grand revolution instead of a thinly veiled stab at novelty.(9) He sometimes strains for literary effect - and his habit of recounting his numerous affairs and near-affairs is sophomoric .(10) If other juvenile comedies are sophomoric , Deuce is junior high at best.(11) They're too tongue-in-cheek, too savvy and intelligent to be discounted as amateurs, yet sophomoric enough to not buckle to pretentiousness and delusions of grandeur.(12) I understand some may find this kind of stance offensive, or sophomoric .(13) Could it be that behind the sophomoric , mischievous, dismissive, even nihilistic style, Vice is the voice of a twenty-something generation clearing the decks for a new aesthetic?(14) On the sophomoric Fear Factor, players push their limits by eating worms and beetles, letting rats crawl over them, or rappelling off 12-story buildings.(15) Roger Ebert dissented, arguing that the problem with the movie was ‘a story that's marred by sophomoric satire and cheap shots.’(16) So don't let the sophomoric philosophical debating points of Leftists embarrass you into abandoning talk of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’.